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    No I wouldn't, but that is because I am the world's biggest hater of pyjama days. I wouldn't care if someone else's child was in pj's when out...wouldn't bat an eyelid, but my kid? It's a battle worth fighting for me. Plenty of other things that aren't worth the battle though.

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    No I wouldn't too be honest. I don't like her wearing pjs out. She's 18 months and even if we are going out at night she's never in pjs.

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    No 😁 DS is too little to ask and I know DD would never want too.

    I am happy for them to dress themselves but I wouldn't open newly bought PJs for them to wear while we continued shopping.

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    Yep, wouldn't bother me at all!

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    Wouldn't bother me either

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    Probably? I regularly let my 4yo go out with his shirt on back to front because he has dressed himself and refuses to change lol!

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    No tbh. I would feel wierd about having my child out with pjs on unless he was sick and at the doctors. Sorry.

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    Nope, my kids wouldn't even think of asking, if they did, I'd say no and explain why, and they would move on.

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    Nope. I spend a lot of time searching for cute, good looking clothes for my children so no way are they wearing pjs out. They wouldn't even know it was possible.

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    Yes and I have done. I bought DD peppa pig pj's which was a huge deal as I don't buy them licensed clothing- they get one set of special licensed pj's per season. She wanted them on as soon as we'd gone through the checkout so I popped them on. She pranced through the centre getting wide smiles and 'aren't you gorgeous' comments the whole way home. Gosh, who cares? They're kids!

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